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[audio]David Cope, part 4 July 1980 - David Cope
David Cope talks about imagist and objectivist poetry. He reads several of his poems including "Baseball" and "The Stars". He and Allen Ginsberg dialogue about some other poets. Resnikov, Hartley, etc. Gergory Corso tells a story about Trungpa Rinpoche continues on 80P125. This class is part 4 of 4.
Downloads: 121
[audio]David Cope, part 3 July 1980 - David Cope
A visiting professor class by David Cope. This part of the class includes Gregpry Corso, Allen Ginsberg, and Andy Clausen. Corso explains his theory on the dawn of consciousness and Clausen Reads Whitman's "Leaves of Grass" and "The Song of Myself" continued from 80P126. This is class 3 of 4.
Keywords: David Cope
Downloads: 177
[audio]David Rome The Tradition of Peacemaking - David Rome
This is a tape of a David Rome lecture on topic: The Fruition of Peacemaking. Rome mostly explores Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche's notion of enlightened society. He also discusses the mandala principle, the tension between the political and the spiritual, activism individually and in community, and "now-ness."
Downloads: 186
[audio]Fielding Dawson workshop part 1 June 1979 - Dawson, Fielding
Fielding Dawson presents a fiction workshop at Naropa Institute. Dawson discusses publishing contracts, the life and work of Henry Fielding, formulaic and artistic novels, and the importance of recognizing one's limitations and writing within them, among other topics. Thisis part 1 of 2.
Downloads: 89
[audio]Fielding Dawson workshop part 2 June 1979 - Dawson, Fielding
Fielding Dawson continues his fiction workshop at the Naropa Institute, discussing the usefulness and dangers of ambition, and presenting tips for writing a novel. This is part 2 of 2.
Downloads: 79
[audio]Panel on the problems of prose translation, June, 2001. - Delany, Samuel R.; Yamashita, Karen Tei; Zivancevic, Nina
Second half of a panel focusing on problems associated with the translation of prose, both within one's own language and from or to other languages. Samuel R. Delany says translation is always a matter of paraphrase and of negotiating language and communication. Nina Zivancevic discusses the impossibility of translating some words and therefore, some literature. Karen Tei Yamashita discusses the diaspora of language and memory...
Downloads: 499
[audio]Panel on the problems of prose translation, June, 2001. - Delany, Samuel R.; Yamashita, Karen Tei; Zivancevic, Nina
First half of a panel focusing on problems associated with the translation of prose, both within one's own language and from or to other languages. Samuel R. Delany says translation is always a matter of paraphrase and of negotiating language and communication. Nina Zivancevic discusses the impossibility of translating some words and therefore, some literature. Karen Tei Yamashita discusses the diaspora of language and memory...
Downloads: 271
[audio]Diane di Prima reading July 1987 - diPrima, Diane
A Diane di Prima reading, accompanied by Art Landy. Di Prima reads poems that span her career until that point, including "Loba" poems.
Downloads: 215
[audio]Diane diPrima class on Ezra Pound. - diPrima, Diane
Diane diPrima discusses Ezra Pound, reading from The Cantos and Personae. From "The Cantos," diPrima focuses on "Canto 13." From "Personae" she focuses on "Exile's Letter" and "Hugh Selwyn Mauberly." Also contains a student reading of "Canto 16." Keywords: New American Poetry, beat movement, imagist poetry, epic poetry, objectivist poetry
Downloads: 459
[audio]Diane diPrima class on Ezra Pound. - diPrima, Diane
Diane diPrima discusses Ezra Pound, reading from The Cantos and Personae. From "The Cantos," diPrima focuses on "Canto 13." From "Personae" she focuses on "Exile's Letter" and "Hugh Selwyn Mauberly." Also contains a student reading of "Canto 16." Keywords: New American Poetry, beat movement, imagist poetry, epic poetry, objectivist poetry
Downloads: 640
[audio]Diane diPrima workshop, Jack Kerouac Conference. - diPrima, Diane
First half of a Diane diPrima workshop, with writing exercises read aloud and a discussion of inflection and pronouns in writing. This workshop took place during the 1982 Jack Kerouac Conference at the Naropa Institute. (Continues on 82p268B.) Keywords: New American Poetry, beat movement, goddess and literature, spirituality and literature
Downloads: 299
[audio]Amiri Baraka, Diane diPrima and Robert reading, July, 1978. - diPrima, Diane; Duncan, Robert; Waldman, Anne
Second half of a reading by Amiri Baraka, Diane diPrima and Robert Duncan. Duncan reads "The museum," a set of four poems entitled "An alternate life," "In the south," "Homecoming," "Supplication," "The quotidian" and "The turbine." (Continued from 75P108.)
Downloads: 519
[audio]Diane diPrima, Allen Ginsberg, and Anne Waldman reading, July, 1994. - diPrima, Diane; Ginsberg, Allen; Waldman, Anne
First half of a performance with Naropa faculty members Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, Diane DiPrima, Michael Ondaatje, and Eileen Myles performing songs, poetry, and prose at the Fox Theater in Boulder, Colorado. Selections include Ginsberg's "End and prayer blues," Waldman's "Jack Kerouac dream" and "Litany against AIDS," diPrima's "Neighborhood" and "I fail as a dharma teacher" Ondaatje's "Brother thief" and excerpts from his book The English Patient, and Myles's "Robin," as well as many other...
Downloads: 332
[audio]A reading by Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, and Diane diPrima - Part 1 - diPrima, Diane; Ginsberg, Allen; Waldman, Anne
First half of a reading by Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, and Diane diPrima. Some of the readings included are Waldman's "Fast Speaking Woman," Ginsberg's "A Manifesto," and diPrima's "Loba." (Continues on 74p009.)
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[audio]A reading by Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, and Diane diPrima - Part 2 - diPrima, Diane; Ginsberg, Allen; Waldman, Anne
Second half of a reading by Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, and Diane diPrima. Some of the readings included are Ginsberg's "Stay Away from the White House," "Waldman's "Empty Speech" and diPrima reading from "Revolutionary Letters." (Continued from 74p008.)
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[audio]A reading by Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, and Diane diPrima. - diPrima, Diane; Ginsberg, Allen; Waldman, Anne
First half of a reading by Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, and Diane diPrima. Some of the readings included are Waldman's "Fast Speaking Woman," Ginsberg's "A Manifesto," and diPrima's "Loba." (Continues on 74p009.) Keywords: New American Poetry, beat movement, feminist poetry, incantation, protest poetry, political poetry
Downloads: 1,657
[audio]Diane diPrima, Jerome Rothenberg and Jim White reading, August, 1976. - diPrima, Diane; Rothenberg, Jerome; White, Jim
Second half of a reading by Diane diPrima, Jerome Rothenberg and Jim White. White reads "Silent of a wind rising," "Submissions," "Captain lonliness," "Little deaths,""Take into a room," "Rejections," "Nativity," "The hunt," "My lady we are being hunted," "Guard the paths," "A poem of beavers" and "Old man beaver's blessing song." (Continued from 76P124.)
Downloads: 682
[audio]Diane diPrima, Jerome Rothenberg and Jim White reading, August, 1976. - diPrima, Diane; Rothenberg, Jerome; White, Jim
First half of a reading by Jerome Rothenberg, Diane diPrima and Jim White. Rothenberg reads "The Chicago poem" and "13th horse song of Frank Mitchell." diPrima reads "Tundra" and "For HD." White reads "The clay dancer" and "Coyote's wife." (Continued on 76P125.)
Downloads: 393
[audio]Ed Dorn class part 1.2 June 1977 - Dorn, Ed
This is the last half hour of the first Ed Drn class taught during the summer of 1977. This tape continues the Q&A from the last class. The assignment is given, and Dorn talks about the ideal of poetry and life.
Downloads: 72
[audio]Ed Dorn class part 2.2 June 1977 - Dorn, Ed
This is the second class in a series taught by Ed Dorn in the summer of 1977. Disscussion and reading of "Gunslinger" Influences on "Gunslinger" Continued discussion and reading of "Gunslinger" Dorn's early experiences in the West. The Drive-away car life and being on the road, pre-Jack Kerouac. Writing "Gunslinger". This is part 2 of 2.
Downloads: 133
[audio]Ed Dorn class part 2 June 1977 - Dorn, Ed
This is the second class in a series taught by Ed Dorn in the summer of 1977. Disscussion and reading of "Gunslinger" Influences on "Gunslinger" Continued discussion and reading of "Gunslinger" Dorn's early experiences in the West. The Dive-away car life and being on the road, pre-Jack Kerouac. Writing "Gunslinger". This is part 1 of 2.
Downloads: 126
[audio]Ed Dorn class part 2 June 1977 - Dorn, Ed
This is the beginning of the second class taught by Ed Dorn in the summer of 1977. In this class the work of JB Jackson is discussed, especially his selected works "Landscape." There are readings of Jackson and Q&A for the class. This is a classroom series 2. This is part 1 of 2.
Downloads: 68
[audio]Ed Dorn reads poem October 1977 - Dorn, Ed
Ed Dorn finishes his reading with "Period Westerns" and "An Opinion on a Matter of Public Safety."
Downloads: 317
[audio]Ed Dorn class part 1 June 1977 - Dorn, Ed
This is the first class in a series taught by Ed Dorn during the summer of 1977. In this class Dorn mainly introduces himself and his relation with writing. Ludwig Wittgenstein , Spanish language, and notebook use are all discussed. There is also a Q&A that continues onto the next tape 77P002. This is a classroom series 1. This is part 1 of 2.
Downloads: 108
[audio]Ed Dorn class part 3 June 1977 - Dorn, Ed
The final part of a class by Ed Dorn on writing and Black Mountain. In this part of the class, Dorn briefly discusses the similarities between Black Mountain College and The Naropa Institute as well as Robert Creeley and Charles Olson's involvement in Black Mountain College. Tape 2 of 2.
Downloads: 141
[audio]Ed Dorn class part 1 June 1977 - Dorn, Ed
This is the first class in a series taught by Ed Dorn in the summer of 1977. In this class the works of Edward Abbey are contrasted with JB Jackson's. Also a History of the Mayans and Aztecs are given with selection read from Aztec writing. The class continues on the next tape 7P006. This is part 1 of 2.
Downloads: 178
[audio]Ed Dorn class part 1.1 June 1977 - Dorn, Ed
This is the last twenty minutes of a class by Ed Dorn began on the previous tape 77P005. This tape continues the discussion of the Aztecs and their history. Dorn also delivers the next class' assignment. This is part 2 of 2.
Downloads: 62
[audio]Reading of Berrigan Sonnets July 1993 - DuCharme, Mark; Ginsberg, Allen; Hawkins, Bobbie Louise; Hollo, Anselm; Waldman, Anne
Reading of Ted Berrigan's Sonnets. Naropa students, faculty, and friends read Berrigan's Sonnets in "round-robin" style.
Downloads: 129
[audio]Rikki Ducornet Optical Terror July 1999 - Ducornet, Rikki
Recorded July 3rd, 1999 at Naropa, Rikki Ducornet reads her four part essay on Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels. The essay covers the catalogical, misogynistic, and scatalogical elements in Swift's work. After reading her essay she answers questions from the audience.
Downloads: 181
[audio]Panel called Voice and Character July 1, 2003 - Ducornet, Rikki; Ellsworth, Michelle; Field, Thalia; Fleisher, Kass; Pate, Alexs
Rikki Ducornet chairs a panel on Voice and Chararcter delivered July 1st, 2003, at Naropa University. Panelists include, Kass Fleisher on the political structures of the sentence and creating a paralell structures in prose to overcome the traditional structures of prose; Michelle Ellsworth discusses the voice as character in performance; Alexs Pate discusses how in his work he seeks to appropriate the traditional structers of prose to create a new space; and Thalia Field discusses the uses of vo...
Downloads: 110
[audio]Rikki Ducornet, Elaine Equi, Peter Lamborn Wilson, and Anne Waldman reading, July, 1999. - Ducornet, Rikki; Equi, Elaine; Waldman, Anne; Wilson, Peter Lamborn
First half of a Naropa Summer Writing Program faculty reading with Peter Lamborn Wilson, Elaine Equi, Rikki Ducornet, and Anne Waldman, who is accompanied by Claude Brown and Steven Taylor. Peter Lamborn Wilson reads from his book Avant Gardening: Ecological Struggles in the City and the World. Elaine Equi reads her poetry, including "Letter of recommendation," "Pink shutters," and several others. Rikki Ducornet reads a piece about the Marquis De Sade...
Downloads: 247
[audio]Faculty Reading with Warsh, Field, Ducornet, Evenson June 2001 - Ducornet, Rikki; Evenson, Brian; Field, Thalia; Warsh, Lewis
A Naropa Summer Writing Program Faculty Reading from July 23, 2001 featuring Thalia Field, Lewis Warsh, Rikki Ducornet, and Brian Evenson.
Downloads: 81
[audio]Bernadette Mayer, Rikki DuCornet, and Carla Harryman reading, July, 1993. - Ducornet, Rikki; Harryman, Carla; Mayer, Bernadette
Experimental female writers Bernadette Mayer, Carla Harryman, and Rikki Ducornet reading. Each artist reads a selection of experimental work ranging from novels to poetic collaborations. (Continues on 93P084B)
Downloads: 288
[audio]Robert Duncan lecture - Part 2 - Duncan, Robert
Second half of a lecture by Robert Duncan, entitled "Warp and woof." Discussion covers truth vs. fabrication, Homer, Ezra Pound, imagism and Plotinus, magic Neo-Platonism, Pound's usury, effects of personal experience on poetry, dictionaries, etymologies, Denise Levertov's fairy tale experience, revisions, Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, and Ginsberg and aboriginal poets. (Continued from 76p001.) Keywords: New American Poetry, San Francisco Renaissance, Aboriginal poets, magic and literature
Downloads: 569
[audio]Robert Duncan lecture - Part 1 - Duncan, Robert
First half of a lecture by Robert Duncan, entitled "Warp and woof." Discussion covers truth vs. fabrication, Homer, Ezra Pound, imagism and Plotinus, magic Neo-Platonism, Pound's usury, effects of personal experience on poetry, dictionaries, etymologies, Denise Levertov's fairy tale experience, revisions, Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, and Ginsberg and aboriginal poets. (Continues on 76p002.) Keywords: New American Poetry, San Francisco Renaissance, Aboriginal poets, magic and literature
Downloads: 1,201
[audio]Helen Adam and Robert Duncan reading - Part 2 - Duncan, Robert
Second half of a reading with Helen Adam and Robert Duncan, with an introduction by Allen Ginsberg. Most of the readings are by Robert Duncan, of his own work. (Continued from A013A).
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; beat movement; music and literature; performance poetry; San Francisco Renaissance
Downloads: 545
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